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A Mother’s Face
(Sonnet Form)

By: Noel N. Villarosa

A mother’s face you rarely touch and kiss
You go on with life without retrospect
Mother waits longer but with finesse
Many flowers withered from willful neglect

A short respite giving fresh breath inside her womb
Empowering new life without remorse
Her presence helped you strive with aplomb
With your mother, you’ll be on the right course

Such a lovely face you cannot assess
A portrait to paint with high pixels of respect
Her smile that relieves all your stress
Today is Mother’s Day and try to recollect

Now her face wrinkled but beyond compare
Like heavenly bodies with unique flare

4th Place Winner in Mother & Precious Poems Contest
Sponsored by: Poet Destroyer A
Posted in Poetrysoup.com
12 May 2013

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